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On Tuesday, 2009-01-06 at 10:23 -0500, Anton Aylward wrote:
Carlos E. R. said the following on 01/06/2009 10:13
Then, you could do a grep on the entire disk (except your home and data)
to find the string.
I started with /etc and found nothing relevant.
Trying /usr/share/doc wasn't relevant either :-(
I was thinking of binaries.
Every G&%-d#$%^&ed .jar file linked in to /etc/alternatives and under
I use "midnight commander", ie, 'mc', to do those searches. It might
slower, but it allows viewing the files later (or during the search).
When I have to
use a modem I use wvdial on an xterm.
I suppose some people use a ppp daemon.
Ah, no thanks! I'm not that daring :-)
Actually, wvdial calls pppd, I think, and it does a very clever choice of
options as needed, and you get a working connection.
Carlos E. R.
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